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Meanwhile, there's also now an option to launch directly into a dedicated slow motion video mode (on the Nexus 5X and 6P) in the slide-out camera menu, with a quick toggle to choose between recording speeds on the Nexus 6P. Previously, slow motion video capture was an option in the main video recording interface.
The Camera update is rolling out now, and we've so far seen it land for two of our Nexus 6Ps. As with all Google app rollouts, however, this one could take a while to land for everyone. In the meantime, here's a quick look at just some of the changes in action.
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